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Author Archives: Emily J. Click
I love me some NPR. I love it for so many reasons: news, but not just any news, local news, regional news, and international news, not to mention sports, music, and the arts. On a sunny day, there is nothing … Continue reading
Local romaine lettuce in January? You heard right. Young’s Farm in Putnam County, West Virginia has supplied the Wild Ramp with this beautiful, nutritious romaine lettuce. Romaine lettuce (Lactuca Sativa), also know as cos, is a lettuce that produces elongated … Continue reading
I’m sure many of you, like me, are caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. With Thanksgiving falling so close to Christmas this year, it’s made it a bit more challenging to get everything done that … Continue reading
I was so excited this summer when The Wild Ramp started carrying cut up chicken. That’s how I am used to seeing it in the grocery store…chicken breasts, chicken thighs, chicken legs, cut up and ready to prepare. I don’t … Continue reading
I am slowly, but surely, scratching off items on my All Things Fall Bucket List. My flight is booked to see my sister in Colorado, no thanks to any effort on my part. That’s right, I can’t take any credit … Continue reading
Are you searching for your inner Bobby, Guy, Giada, or Julia? The Wild Ramp has you covered. Come check out one of our Let’s Cook Local Fall Cooking Classes. You don’t want to miss these. November 5th 6-8 pm … Continue reading
Join The Wild Ramp at the Second Annual Heritage Station Fall Festival this Saturday, October 19th from 10-5 pm.
This Saturday celebrate the fall season at Heritage Station Shops located in Downtown Huntington. A great opportunity to eat, play, and shop the seasonal offerings of each independently owned shop! Fall Festival 2013 Schedule 11:00 am Music and Craft Fair … Continue reading
Summer is winding down and so too is The Wild Ramp’s Inaugural CSA. It’s hard to believe that 11 weeks have passed already. Just one more week. Next week will conclude this summer’s CSA. This week’s CSA share was a … Continue reading